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Photo – Iditarod

Photo – Iditarod

Iditarod 2015 ceremonial start. 90 degree curve right after the start. The reason why many teams have an extra sled and extra driver in addition to the musher.

90 degree curve right after the start. The reason why many teams have an extra sled and extra driver in addition to the musher.

Northern Lights peek through the cloud layer as Michelle Phillips headlamp shines as moves toward the finish line in Nome on Thursday March 19, 2015 during Iditarod 2015.  (C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DUPLICATION  PROHIBITED  WITHOUT  PERMISSION: Northern Lights peek through the cloud layer as Michelle Phillips headlamp shines as moves toward the finish line in Nome on Thursday March 19, 2015 during Iditarod 2015.  (C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS…

Northern Lights peek through the cloud layer as Michelle Phillips headlamp shines as moves toward the finish line in Nome on Thursday March 19, 2015 during Iditarod 2015. (C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DUPLICATION PROHIBITED WITHOUT PERMISSION: Northern Lights peek through the cloud layer as Michelle Phillips headlamp shines as moves toward the finish line in Nome on Thursday March 19, 2015 during Iditarod 2015. (C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS…

Iditarod 2015: The toughest dog sled race on Earth – in pictures

Iditarod 2015: The toughest dog sled race on Earth – in pictures

Chilkat, one of Jessie Royer’s dogs, gets some shut-eye at the Koyuk checkpoint.Iditarod The toughest dog sled race on Earth – in pictures

Iditarod 2015 ceremonial start | Alaska Dispatch News

2015 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race at halfway mark

Martin Buser feeds his dogs just prior to leaving after his 24-hour layover in the morning at the Huslia checkpoint on Saturday  March 14, 2015 during Iditarod 2015.  (C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DUPLICATION  PROHIBITED  WITHOUT  PERMISSION: Martin Buser feeds his dogs just prior to leaving after his 24-hour layover in the morning at the Huslia checkpoint on Saturday  March 14, 2015 during Iditarod 2015.  (C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED…

Martin Buser feeds his dogs just prior to leaving after his 24-hour layover in the morning at the Huslia checkpoint on Saturday March 14, 2015 during Iditarod 2015. (C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DUPLICATION PROHIBITED WITHOUT PERMISSION: Martin Buser feeds his dogs just prior to leaving after his 24-hour layover in the morning at the Huslia checkpoint on Saturday March 14, 2015 during Iditarod 2015. (C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED…

Paige Drobny dogs Gypsy and ShadyGrove are ready to head dow the trail in the morning on Thursday March 12, 2015 at the Ruby checkpoint during Iditarod 2015.(C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DUPLICATION  PROHIBITED  WITHOUT  PERMISSION: Paige Drobny dogs Gypsy and ShadyGrove are ready to head dow the trail in the morning on Thursday March 12, 2015 at the Ruby checkpoint during Iditarod 2015.(C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DUPLICATION  PROHIBITED…

Paige Drobny dogs Gypsy and ShadyGrove are ready to head dow the trail in the morning on Thursday March 12, 2015 at the Ruby checkpoint during Iditarod 2015.(C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DUPLICATION PROHIBITED WITHOUT PERMISSION: Paige Drobny dogs Gypsy and ShadyGrove are ready to head dow the trail in the morning on Thursday March 12, 2015 at the Ruby checkpoint during Iditarod 2015.(C) Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DUPLICATION PROHIBITED…

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Iditarod 2015: The toughest dog sled race on Earth – in pictures

Iditarod The toughest dog sled race on Earth – in pictures

Iditarod 2015: The toughest dog sled race on Earth – in pictures

Iditarod 2015: The toughest dog sled race on Earth – in pictures

Mitch Seavey’s lead dogs have frosty whiskers as they wait at the Huslia checkpoint.Iditarod The toughest dog sled race on Earth – in pictures

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